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TrueCar (TRUE) shares are down after the company reported a first quarter net loss.
Inconsistent execution remains a concern and leaves us closer to being sellers than buyers.
On Thursday, May 7th we await earnings from Alibaba Group (BABA) Priceline (PCLN), Kate Spade (KATE), Orbitz Worldwide (OWW), CBS (CBS), Freshpet (FRPT), and TrueCar (TRUE).
No trading this week but buy list is ready amid dollar-related weakness.
TrueCar, which sees itself as a proxy for millennial car-buyers, said those customers rely on technology to help them with major purchases.
TrueCar (TRUE) CEO Scott Painter says the future of car buying will look very different as Millennials look for ways to make the entire process more transparent.
No portfolio trades this week, but taking a little off the table might not be a bad idea.
These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.
This week, we bought into the panic in one position as earnings onslaught continues.
The most recent short interest data has been released by the NASDAQ for the 03/31/2015 settlement date, which shows a 1,127,393 share increase in total short interest for TrueCar Inc , to 8,662,450, an increase of 14.96% since 03/13/2015. Total short interest is just one way to look at short data; another metric that we here at Dividend Channel find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares traded.
Earning six figures may sound like a career pipe dream to some workers, but a new Glassdoor report found 15 companies that offer compensation of more than $140,000 a year.
This week, we upgraded one of our holdings as an oil-price bounce helped boost stocks.
It is good news, but let's also see the first quarter results.
Acceleration in Network Expansion Reflects Growing Traction With Both Franchise and Used-Car Dealers
TrueCar (TRUE) is falling Thursday after B. Riley initiated coverage of the company with a 'sell' rating.
This week, we did no trading in the portfolio, avoiding the selloff panic.
This week, we took a sizable gain after trimming a portfolio favorite as Fed fallout faded.
This week, we added to one holding while a 'headache stock' is feeling better.
Joe Hinrichs, president of the Americas at Ford, says demand for the new F-150 has been very strong and production will increase soon to meet that demand.
This week, no trades were made in portfolio as rate hike appears to draw closer.
We maintain our position in this speculative name, however, as we still see promise in the company's initiatives.
Investors took off their rose-colored glasses from yesterday's session and returned to focusing on the negatives, Cramer says.
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